What Is A Floating Floor?

A floating floor is when the floor is not glued properly to the existing floor however the separate floorboards are glued together. The floor remains on its place due to its own heaviness instead of glue.

Floating floors are perfect when your sub-floor is rough or when you are going to install a pre-existing ceramic, vinyl or wood floor. If you want to get more information about the floating floor, then you can navigate to https://revampo.ca/fr/blog/plancher-flottant.

When you are planning to purchase flooring materials, you need to make sure whether the floor at your home is suitable to be installed as a floating floor or not.

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Anderson flooring is very famous for its traditional look and it is achieved by specific craftsmen who hand scrape the flooring to give it a unique appearance. It may be a very creative method to give your home an antique feeling.

Some companies also offer engineered flooring that can be installed as floating floors. This type of floor is pre-assembled and can be installed by you. This type of floating floor is the easiest type of hardwood floor to install.

Engineered hardwood is made of wood and it contains three to ten plies of wood which are glued together. Due to its construction, engineered hardwood is more durable as compared to solid hardwood and is less likely to shrink or expand with weather changes.

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